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frederick maryland and could not afford $150 team. they say he robbed and shot rrbert mock, the cab drivers shortly after reaching the city of baltimore. new trial date has not been set. >> westminster man is sentenced to 50 years for attacking a woman, with a hammer. police say paul scott went tooa tried to rape her. hit her in the heaa with a hammer, several times accorddng to police. court records indicate this was the scott 9th assault conviction. >> the power is back on for more than 700 southeast baltiiore reeidents. but neighbors say they have heard all of that from bge before. judy kurtz has new information on the search for answers to these problems. judy? >> it is off, it is on, off again. residents in patterson park never know how long they will have power. and now they want answered from bge. >> the frig may be cool. but when it comes to bge matt wade has reached the boiling point. >> frustrating is not the word any more. aggravating to get home at 5:30. and have no power, and walk the dog and then have to go find a restaurant or a bar or someplace, where you can have a meal and
>> it is 74 degrees. you can increase your chances to win big. the maryland lottery -- of maryland lottery is here with some of the best games. >> will take you like to the summer pulled the most anticipated soccer match. there are still tickets left. >> the sun is shining here this morning. there is some blame to the west. there is some blame to the west. navigating today's real estate market is complicated. you've seen the signs. that's why having the right real estate agent is more important than ever. at remax.com, you can find experts in short sales or bank-owned properties or commercial real estate, agents who can help speed up the process, no matter how intricate. and that's good news, whether you're trying to sell or hoping to buy. because the only sign you really want to see is "sold." nobody sells more real estate than re/max. visit remax.com today. >> now, your insta-weather-plus forecast with meteorologist john cons. >> we have some scattered clouds. it was a pleasant morning. we started out in the 60's. let's look at the radar image. that put maryland in the right corner of th
at one of maryland's army bases. residents living there say cancer and other health problems stem from the army's careless disposal of the herbicide. exposure to the herbicide has been link had to certain types of cancer and other diseases. >>> men who turned in i suspect in a security breach say they didn't act alone. a computer hacker turned in an officer and that he had some additional help, someone in the boston area. that person, according to the informant, helped them set up encryption software used to send classified information. >>> now to the gulf oil spill. a day after bp's ceo said it's time to scale back cleanup efforts, local officials strongly disagree. the beaches at alabama reopened this weekend for the first time in more than 80 days. incoming ceo bob dudley says there's not much oil on the water surface, but a louisiana parish resident says gobs of oil is still in their marshes, and he would like to take dudley skiing. >>> taking a live look outside right now, an overcast, but very comfortable saturday evening, so what's next? bernadette woods is live at an updated lo
forward. wjz, eyewitness news. >> violating maryland's wiretap laws comes with stiff penalties, up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. >>> an army intelligence specialist charged has been moved from kuwait the a military jail in virginia. private bradley manning is accused of leaking a video to the web site wick yi links. it shows u.s. troops killing a photographer and his driveer in baghdad. manning is also the focus of the pentagon investigation into thousands of leaked documents on the war effort in afghanistan. >>> after weeks of work, bp's new boss says it is time to scale back the company's clean- up effort in the gulf coast. in the days since bp capped the well, the crews in the area report seeing far less oil on the surface. the company says skimming boats and recent storms have helped remove or break up much of the oil. >>> a couple of days ago we saw maybe a very couple of small patches of oil that we had to get down low to identify them. >> reporter: but the operation to permanently seal the leak has hit another delay. the crews discovered debris in the relief well and t
now in falls church. 70 in manassas. 77 degrees in annapolis, maryland and 71 degrees in gaithersburg. there's a look at the radar. one or two lone some showers moving oust central culpeper and down towards spotsylvania south of fredericksburg. one or two lone some rain drops. for the most part our saturday will be dry and rain free. might see another few isolated showers later on this afternoon and evening, primarily west of the blue ridge, west of the shenandoah valley, so if you have a ticket to the game tonight, the philly and the nationals, don't cancel your plans because i think they are going to have more than enough dry weather to get that game in inner loop great game last night. >> a good win for us. >> thanks, chuck. >>> new today two suspects are behind bars after allegedly stealing a car and crashing head on into a plolice cruiser. this happened last night in gaithersburg. police were notified by lojack. an officer began to follow the stolen car which sped up and crashed into the police cruiser. the officer involved in that crash is expected to be okay. >>> one person is
complete forecast coming up next. ,,,, >>> it's 71 degrees with a few clouds in central maryland on a just absolutely beautiful friday night. we have complete forecast weather coming up in moments. >>> a wildfire is threatening homes and business. the fires broke out thursday about 60 miles north of l. a. dry winds and high winds are making it difficult to fight. >>> al gore won't face charges in the sexual assault case filed against him. haverty says that gore sexually assaulted her. haverty failed a lie detector test and there failed to be any dna on the clothing she was wearing at the time of the alleged assault. >>> state agencies agent -- a traffic stop by a state trooper has ballooned to state delegates and the state general. alex demetrius reports that a lot of voices are being raised because a troopers voice was being recourted. >> reporter: when an tony graber posted his police stop on you tube. >> i don't want to go to jail. >> but he might, because of what he posted. >> as soon as he allowed me to stop taking my gear off, i turned the camera off. >> reporter: but what he taped,
at that frederick, maryland, damascus, madd, 61. 60 in martinsburg. 64 in winchester. a beautiful start to the day. one or two lone some showers out in the mountains of west virginia down towards shenandoah valley. in the washington area thickening clouds. chances for rain around the washington area don't start until about 5:00, 6:00, steadier showers closer to-month. the vast majority of your saturday will be rain free except for the occasional shower. >> every barbecue we've been invited to has been rained out. yes, july, these afternoon showers. >> sketchy from a rain standpoint. >> thank you. two suspects are behind bars after allegedly stealing a car and crash nothing a police cruiser. it happened overnight around diamond back and story drive in gaithersburg. police were notified by the car's security system about a stolen car around 9:45 last night. an officer began to follow the stolen car which sped up and crashed into the police cruiser. the officer involved in the crash is expected to be okay. >>> a man threatened women at a grocery store spring them with his own bodily fluids. this atta
challenged the gun laws in maryland have claimed maryland's restrictions violate the second amendment. the attorney attorney's office declined to comment on the lawsuit. >> a new report on the growing number of cases of animal abuse in the city. it comes from a comprensive study released by the mayor's anti-animal abuse task force. here's lowell melser with more. >> just as there will be no violence against humans, there will be no violence against animals. until that day, i intend to work with that task force on an ongoing basis to make sure there is an advocate for the animals in our community who do not have a voice. >> the shocking results of a comprensive report by the mayor's anti-animal task force friday. the task force was appointed in the summer of 2009 by mayor sheila dixon after the brutal burning of phoenix, a pitbull that was doused in gasoline and set on fire by two teens. since then it has been working on the other hand the clock to combat animal abuse. >> we have been trying to help police investigate these crimes. >> the report shows the worst of the worst. from sicke
. they will be slower to cloud up because the system moves fromú west to east. in central maryland, expect a high of a comfortable 86. and partly cloudy and more clouds toward the evening, and overnight hours tomorrow night. western maryland difffrent story. they will pick up the showers earlier. then we will here in baltimore. 84, partly cloudy becoming mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms by tomorrow night. if you are headed down to the waterfront this weeeend. it looks like saturday is the best bet at the beach. 84. plenty of sunshine. because the rain is moving in on sunday. showers and thunderstorms, with a high of 83. sunday afternoon in ocean city. comfortable overnight tonight. schwa 63. some of the western counties could be cooler than that. it may be chilly out there. good night to open up the windows and turn off the ac. for tomorrow, 86 degrees. increasing cloudiness, by the afternnon. and with winds out of the northeast at five to 10 miles per hour. all right. the clouds come in omorrow night. by sunday, showers in the forecast. shhwers and thunderstorms. and we will hold on
and arrested him. maryland law requires the consent of both parts to record private conversations. but now deputy attorney general robert mcdonald says a court would likely not see a traffic stop as a private conversation. >>> congress promising to put its money where its mouth is when it comes to making metro safer to ride. today lawmakers representing the dc area met with the national transportation safety board. they talked about the metro crash last year that killed nine people. the ntsb blamed the accident on equipment failure but also cited metro for paying only lip service to safety concerns. >> angry and sad. angry that greater attention had not been paid that could have saved lives. sad that it happened as a result of the failure to do what should have been done. >> lawmakers now promise to ante up $150 million a year to upgrade circuits and old rail cars. >>> police say the domestic violence was relentless and almost led to murder. tonight a woman that endured this abuse for years speaks as her attacker goes to jail. >>> plus -- >> he is wrong. the gentleman is wrong. the gentlem
in maryland. a -- the attorney attorney's office declined to comment on that lawsuit. >> now to a shocking new report on the growing number of cases of animal abuse in baltimore city. it comes from a comprensive report released from the anti-animal abuse task force. although there are shocking findings, there are plenty of good ideas in the report. squ >> the baltimore city mayor's anti-animal abuse task force was appointed in 2009 after the brutal burning of phoenix, a pitbull that wass doused in gasoline and set on fire by two teens. now years later, a comprensive report by the task force had landed on stephanie rawlings-blake's desk, and the results are shocking. >> i think what has disturbed us the most is some of the worst cases we saw were perpetrated by juveniles, children as young as 10 years old. >> the task force shows the worse of the worse from sickening abuse of dogs and cats to dog fighting and the problems with arresting and prosecuting offenders. the most upsetting, the shear number of young people involved, definitely something that has caught the eye of the mayor. >> it is a
filed a lawsuit in court claiming that maryland's restrictions on carry permits violate the second amendment. the attorney attorney's office refuses to comment. >> the state delegates office is calling for stricter immigration laws. he said law enforcement officers with reasonable suspicion should be able to ask questions about people's zip -- citizenship. he would also like the rule of law act which would prohibit cities from having policies that grant sanctuary to illegal citizens and would also give citizens enforcement power. >> we will give a citizen the right to sue if that citizen feels they are put in harm's way. this will give power to the people to remove politicians in which case they could be removed from office for malfesasnce of. >> we're back in just a moment with a check on today's with a check on today's by expanding the port, martin o'malley is creating the next generation of jobs right here in baltimore. 5700 hundred jobs... that means work for today... but even more jobs for the future. 5700 new jobs that makes maryland more competitive in the world economy. wit
. back to you. >> the news edge on maryland. a man has been sentenced for 40 years in prison for attacking his girlfriend with a hammer. thomas smith surprised her in the hallway of her apartment building and beat her with a hammer. they had broken up the day before after a long relationship. >> i did for a split second just kind of, like, am i going to make it? am i going to die? because no one came to my aid initially. >> slade and smith's 5-year-old daughter saw her lying in a pool of blood. smith had been convicted seven days. >>> three more troops were killed today in afghanistan pushing the number of deaths up to 66 this month. that number surpasses the previous month's record of 60. a photographer filmed this video of a wounded u.s. soldier being air lifted to safety in the latest attack. >>> fireworks on the house floor over the 9/11 responder bill. two new york congressman going at it before last night's vote on a bill providing aid to people sickened by world trade center dust after the attacks. >> what we are doing tonight is a cruel hoax and a charade. the reality
accurate by weather rate and maryland's most powerfulful doppler radar. >> they tried to develop a video game for weather with me as the model. >> i must have missed that. >> coming to 2011. really good game. just kidding. nice night outside. i was out in townsend. beautiful. temperatures into the 70's. you know we will do that again tomorrow and then sunday we will talk about it. let's go outside and show you the tower camera. beautiful shot. look at this the hard rock cafe. lot of people counsel town and for good reason. it's 71 degrees. chilly, possible. i heard that word thrown out. we will take it after all this heat. 66% humidity. westerly winds, drying wind keeping humidity and the dew point in check. the temperatures feel good. 85 degrees downtown. below normal. below normal it is. 87 was the normal number. we will keep that record, 98 set back in 1940. a pair of stevens downtown. york, falling pretty quickly at 62, westminister, that's a neighborhood that will fall back in to the 60s. the temperatures are delightful right up in to the great lakes. the seat down to the south. t
and the easy choice. >>> lieutenant governor anthony brown of maryland has been elected the leader of the governors' association. >>> crowds cheered and lined the streets of downtown d.c. last night, catching glimpses of the first family visiting the international spy museum. his wife michelle and sasha and one of her friends at visited the museum for about an hour and uneasy in before heading home. >>> the weather finally cooperated a little bit. not as humid, not as sticky outside. outside at this hour, we have just a few clouds rolling in. the clouds continue to increase as we move into the evening hours. by tomorrow, looks like mostly cloudy skies. off to the weatherbug network, the time lapse from nationals park. this morning, abundant sunshine. then the clouds roll in from the west. clouds continue to thicken, could have showers later tonight, but the best chance is west of d.c. 86 in the district, high of 87. rockville, 85 degrees, high of 89. it is a cool 68 in bridgewater after the rain, a touch of rain on doppler radar. the showers will to the west of the set -- west of d
rare. this particular county in maryland only set this program up two years ago, the ones that have them in place are now running out of money because they get it on real estate taxes. and real estate sales are way down as we know in the recession. even though this has been going on in localities it's not going to resolve the farm land reduction we're running in to. >> you can't do it by localities. that to say, if you want to deal with smart growth which by its nature spreads throughout the state, it's got to be done at the state level. >> you cannot deny the fact that immigration is a significant contribute tore why we have this type of sprawly we have this growth in population centers that is moving -- >> why is that not talked about more? >> it's multi-faceted. just like the kong get woman said, through zoning laws you can control these things. well, we we can easily control our borders and lock them down, fix our immigration system, punish the employers that are giving the incentives to have people come over here and work illegally. the agricultural business is over 50% workers
. >> "congratulations. i'm pleased to offer you admission into the university of maryland." >> reporter: ... to give back to the animals that gave him so much. >> it's empty! >> reporter: seth doane, cbs news, avendale, pennsylvania. >> couric: good luck, josh. and that's the cbs evening news. i'm katie couric. thanks for watching. jeff glor will be here tomorrow, and i'll see you back here on monday. good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org often. and you'll be surprised at who' >>> you tonight often see cyclists -- you don't often see cyclists getting tickets but it will happen more often and you will be surprised at who is asking for the crackdown. >>> the additional chaos that the a.c. transit strike means for the next workweek. >>> why neighbors on this street want to pay more in taxes. the news starts now. >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. comments@captioncolorado.com >>> good evening, i'm dana king. tonight dozens of san jose firefighters are off the job. we are going to have that story in just
... that means work for today... but even more jobs for the future. 5700 new jobs that makes maryland more competitive in the world economy. without governor o'malley, this expansion would never have happened. his commitment to upgrading our port and fighting for our workers is unparalleled. martin o'malley, there's never a doubt who's side he's on. martin o'malley. moving maryland forward. >> reporter: he's a suspect. >> keyon pittman has not been charged. >> he had been involved in relationships with other women. >> keyon was a bona fide womanizer. >> reporter: nearly three years after the murder of his fiancee, avis banks, keyon pittman brought his battered reputation into a crowded mississippi courtroom and took the stand as the chief witness for the prosecution against his former lover -- carla hughes. >> do you solemly swear or affirm the testimony you are about to give will be the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god? >> i do. >> have a seat, please sir. >> am i concerned when you have a witness on the stand that's not necessarily a loveable fellow? yeah,
are in the mid-60s this morning. 62 now in martinsburg, west virginia. 63 in frederick, maryland. 64 in manassas and arlington opinion 65 in old town alexandria. a couple of sprinkles in the shenandoah valley. most of us will have a mostly dry saturday. rain >>> and i don't think there's anyone with a bigger smile than you. you got engaged last night. look at that ring. congratulations. well done. good luck with all the plans and everything else. meanwhile, your hour by hour forecast for thi weddings or anything else outdoors, you can get those at weather.com. >>> and till still to come, whe kyron horman? almost two months later, the 7-year-old is still missing. coming up, an emotional plea from his parents about. >>> but up next, the white house weddings there patricia nixon to jfk jr. but first these messages. until the day they met their match. cascade complete pacs. the best of cascade powder and gel in one pac. dual forces combine and conquer. sending stuck-on food and greasy messes to a watery grave. ♪ that was easy. [ male announcer ] cascade complete pacs. combine and conquer. hey, lit
to send your absentee ball on thes - on ballots over seas. hawaii, alaska and maryland and new york and delaware asked the pent gone for a waiver and the department of justice has an opportunity to tell the pentagon to reject the waivers and they haven't done so and they should. 17,000 votes were thrown out in the 2008 election and were not counted from military and overseas voters. >> why is this? why is the handful of states asked for waivers and why wouldn't that it want our soldiers to vote? >> that is a good question. our soldiers deserve it. more states are going to ask for waivers, the question is will the department of the justice and the.gon to adjust the waivers. >>> and could it be that the department of yesterday underatfed and could it be political. troops tend to lean slight big right. is there a political reason in your opinion in >> this is not a democrat or republican. this is an issue of washington not work being. there is a lot of lawyers with time on their hand and no question they could be taking an aggressive approach for military voting rights. they are advisi
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